Yellowstone is a park, but it's also the deadliest volcano on Earth. Beneath it, a sleeping 'dragon' is stirring. When an earthquake opens a crack for magma to seep through, other warning signs of an eruption start popping up, but they are ignored or dismissed as 'minor'. But when they learn an eruption will happen, panic breaks out through people of the USA and the world.
- Stars:Michael Riley, Gary Lewis, Shaun Johnston, Adrian Holmes, Jennifer Copping, Rebecca Jenkins, Tom McBeath, Robert Wisden, Susan Duerden, Jane McLean, Sam Charles, Kevin McNulty, Emy Aneke, Garwin Sanford, Shelagh Mitchell,
- Country:UK, Germany, Italy, Japan, USA
- Director:Tony Mitchell,
- Writer:Edward Canfor-Dumas
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Supervolcano torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Woody Allen always had a passion for making films. Before he made more serious films like "Manhattan", and "Annie Hall", Woody Allen had some enthusiasm to make bad taste movies, Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex*, But We Were Afraid To Ask!" is one of them, it may have also have been an inspiration for such parody films like "Monty Python, And The Meaning Of Life", and "Flesh Gordon". The film is split into several parts, and it is a parody of a sex manual done in a "Monty Python" style. Some jokes hit, and some jokes miss; but it will really depend on your own sense of humour. (9/10)
(it) wrote: I don't want to waste any more time than I have in watching this film. This film would make a great adaptation into a novel, and it should be titled "Show Up Philip." Perhaps then, the readers will listen up, in the written up medium.
(kr) wrote: Unsatisfyingly one-sided, and questionable at times, the film feels more like home movie than a balanced and fair documentary
(us) wrote: (2014/04/07/web) It's a film for teenagers of new generation...(what a ugly Phoenix!?)
(fr) wrote: Terrible!!! It was a massive failure. It was like a generic version of Paranormal Activity. Honestly, at first, I thought it might be good and there were opportunities for some great scenes, but nothing good really got underway. There was poor character development, a bad story line, and an altogether lackluster effort when it came to making this movie. Oh yeah, THERE WAS ALSO NOTHING SCARY!!!
(ca) wrote: Effective and really creepy film about a young man whose traumatic childhood leads him to have terrible nightmares that eventually manifest themselves into some pretty fucking scary creatures that tear the shit out of people he knows. There is also other parts that focus on his fractured family, a mysterious fellow chess player and an assortment of ensemble characters (many of whom are cult icons) and other various plot points that just gets weirder and weirder as it reaches the end. Enjoyable but I recommend it for those with patience.
(nl) wrote: David Schwimmer and Chris Cooper play two plastic surgeons that discover the art of "fake boobs". Then it's kind of like a rock and roll story gone bad (like they all do with drugs and stuff). Decent movie... I mean you can't go wrong with the amount of breasts you see in this movie.